Somehow we’ve already reached the eleventh month of the year…I must have had either a wicked caffeine buzz or slept through the rest of the months because I have no idea how we arrived here so quickly. Time doesn’t just fly, it moves at warp speed. (“Warped” speed may be more apt in my case).
If you’re in need of a five-minute breather (yup!), I’ve rounded up a few links you should/will definitely! enjoy:
“The Hidden Dangers of Botany” will have all the avid gardeners giggling and nodding in complete understanding. We totally do this, don’t we?
They aren’t flowery, but these absolutely incredible photographs of wild horses made my jaw drop. The word “breathtaking” doesn’t do them proper justice.
And here are some equally outstanding photographs of birds eating, fighting, looking after their young, and generally just looking spectacular doing their thing.
Finally, the photos from the finalists for the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards are hilarious and charming.
Some stuff I’ve posted elsewhere:
A super-yummy Pumpkin Pancakes recipe on Grit.com.
A bunch of book reviews (should really be book “mentions”) on The Door is Ajar:
- Small Bites the Gluten-Free Way by Kristina Stosek
- From Scratch by Laurence and Gilles Laurendon et al.
- Virtual Unreality by Charles Seife.
- The Three Sisters Bar & Hotel by Katherine Govier.
- Better than Before by Gretchen Rubin.
Annnnnndd….my flash fiction story “The Architect” was just published online by 365 Tomorrows. Plus, Herb Quarterly‘s Winter 2016 issue (on newsstands now) includes my article “A Garden Bounty: Propagating Herbs By Cuttings and Layering.”
Hope your week is amazing!